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FOX News
Jan 16, 2010 6:00pm EST
. this is not a green light for haitians to try to get to the united states now. keep in mind, their country is devastated. so it's a prospect that has a whole lot of possibility to try to improve their lives. but the secretary of homeland security saying do not try to get into the united states because tps will not apply to you if you arrive in the united states post-earthquake, you will be detained and you will be sent back to haiti. for the estimated 1 to 200,000 haitian nationals who had no legal documentation basically living here illegally for the past number of years, those people will be allowed now to stay. they can get driver's licenses, they can get work visas and they can enjoy some assistance from the federal government. but instead of having to rely on their family and friends for support and money, hoping they can turn something in and maybe tps will be granted and waiting for the eventuality of being deported has come to a halt, at least for the next 18 months when it will come up for renewal or dismissal. >> we had a state representative from florida on the air here within t
FOX News
Jan 17, 2010 10:00am EST
, it has been known about for a long time and neither the united states nor the u.n. nor anyone else has tried to make aid conditional on adopting the policies and i don't think we have any alternative going forward for the benefit of the people of haiti themselves. >> eric: with ban ki-moon on his way, he says we shouldn't waste one dollar of aid, clearly that is on his mind and there is a major task ahead of us for the union and the world. we're just at the beginning. ambassador john bolton, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> jamie: let's move on to health care. congressional democrats are working hard to nail done a final health care reform bill securing the support of organized labor this past week, how did they do it? gave a five year tax exemption on expensive health plans. analysts say this move blows a $60 billion hole in the plan. they'll have to make up this money someplace else. how is congress going to do that and will the money come from your pocket? joining me now, republican senator from louisiana, david vitter. thank you so much for being with you, se
FOX News
Jan 16, 2010 4:00pm EST
for an explanation. he has no similarity to bin laden but he doesn't feel safe traveling in the united states. in a statement f.b.i. said the artist wasn't able to find suitable features, features in the updated image came from a photograph they found on the internet. in another case we're watching, the army psychiatrist accused in the shooting rampage should have been red flagged a long time ago. inquiry finds fault with eight supervisors that should have known about the shortcomings and erratic behavior of nidal hasan. they want an effective means to identify. investigators say several mid-level officers failed to look into his work habits and views on religion. officials characterized the shootings as an act of terrorism the first time they used that term. >> julie: thank you very much. all it takes is a text message to help out in haiti. more than half a million people have so far sent ten dollars to the red cross relief efforts. if you would like to support the effort, text the word haiti to this number, 90999. your ten dollars will automatically go to the red cross for disaster relief.
FOX News
Jan 16, 2010 12:00pm EST
, on that plane and they don't know exactly where in the united states with you they're going to the states and that's the point. could you go over here a little bit, please? here we have more search and rescue teams and a boatload of cargo planes from other countries who are still doing yeoman's work. they're unleading. you see right there, are you able to see the search dogs? the canines in the crates will be moving out as well. and you see the port-a-johns, that's an important point because as the search and rescue teams go out, they'll be out and some of them are in an alpha bravo day and night sort of schedule and when they have to go, they got to go so they can keep working, this is important work takes place here, the search, the rescues continue, but you have to remember that 48, 72 hour window of time is eclipsing and the search and rescue teams, although the hours have gone by, they still go out and i'm told they're working as feverishly as they possibly can. they've had great stories and tragedies, but they're pushing on, back to you. >> brian: orlando salinas is on the job at t
FOX News
Jan 9, 2010 4:00pm EST
for confirmations and baptisms here in the united states and using the proceeds to help his parish back home. casey siegle has more. what does the catholic church have to say about all of this? >> this man has been characterized as a modern day robin hood. selling sacraments. that the mexican priests are coming into the united states and charging for certain services, baptisms and fast track confirmations. eonts there is no record of the sacrament when it's done in this rogue way. they are not done in the parish and sometimes they are not performed by authorized clergy and that can spell big problems down the line when you try to get your kid into catholic school. simply there is no records of even having these services performed. so a lot of issues. >> gregg: what do the mexican priests have to say for themselves? >> only one has been identified by the church. authorities are saying that a number of mexican priests come into the united states, not only california, but other border states, as well. a father of the tijuana diocese, he has been sort of the front page forerunner of this particular sto
FOX News
Jan 17, 2010 4:00pm EST
is the president of the united states. he has now been introduced by martha coakley and hoping to boost in this venue, pretty energized largely democratic crowd here in boston, mass. -- massachusetts. the special election will be held on tuesday and it could alter the equation on capitol hill when it comes to health care reform. much of which is now being ironed out in conference committee with the president himself trying to broker a deal between the house and senate version. here is the president of the united states, on sunday. that is quite a cheering crowd for martha coakley and the president of the united states. let's listen in for just a moment here. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >>> househeougat is oe mpbys [ cheers and applause ] >>> the great senior senator from this, i know where we are. massachusetts, john kerry! [ applause ] >> i want to thank vicky kennedy and the entire kennedy family. they have been great friends for so long. [ applause ] >> for all the outstanding members of congress who are in the house today, thank you. we are so thankful to pastor
FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 4:00pm EST
with questions about close weigh guantanamo and transferring some of the detainees to the united states court system and taking a broader look at some of what the administration's deal, systemic briablgds. >> as the economy recovers, and americans become less preoccupied with it could republicans rye gain their traditional advantage on national security especially if other terror related issues, you mentioned them, in closing gitmo and even the planned terror trials, begin to go badly for them? >> it's a tricky balancing act for them. if they try to politicize national security too much and take a hard edged attack, they really need the swing voters. house districts in red states. on the other hand they do play to the conservative base, to the national security element of the conservative base and it doesn't hurt to firm them up in advance of the election. it's a tricky balancing act, one that has to be sustained over some months. >> gregg: washington is a place where recrimination is blood sport, scapegoats are roasted on a spit when something goes awry. janet napolitano uttered the words, t
FOX News
Jan 17, 2010 12:00pm EST
of the country that elect an african-american as the 44th president of the united states of america. when wheeler mentions the inauguration, last yearee election. you know, on the heels of that victory over a year ago there were some who suggested that somehow we had entered into a post-racial america. all those problems would be solved. there were those who argued that because i had spoke of a need for unity in this country, that our nation was somehow entering into a period of post partis partisans. that didn't work out so well. there was a hope shared by many that life would be better from the moment that i swore that oath. as we immediate here today, a year later, we know the promise that that moment has not been fully fulfilled. because of an era of greed and irresponsibility, that sowed the seeds of its own demise and economic troubles unaddressed through the generations, because the banking crisis that brought the financial system to the brink of catastrophe, we are being tested in our own lives and as a nation as few have been tested before. unemployment is at its highest level in more th
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 4:00pm EST
"patriot's history of the united states." "new deal or raw deal." you want to see the future, look at the past. woodrow wilson, "the roots of >> julie: i'm julie banderas and welcome to a brand-new hour. >> gregg: i'm gregg jarrett. topping the news, snow and ice, many states getting hammered with a power. winter punch. how long will the nasty weather stick around. >> julie: plus more car trouble for toyota as the list of recalls gets bigger. how long will it take to get the problem fixed. >> gregg: the white house reconsidering its decision to hold the 9/11 trials in low manhattan, that comes amid growing opposition to the plan from congress as well as city and state leaders and critics citing security concerns over holding the trials just blocks from ground zero. molly henneberg is following the story live in washington. molly, both republicans and democrats spoke out about the idea, what are they saying. >> molly: that would lead to a security and traffic nightmare and cost over one billion dollars to try the five al-qaeda terrorists including the 9/11 mastermind in manhattan. t
FOX News
Jan 10, 2010 10:00am EST
? senator reid apologizing in phone calls not just to the president of the united states but to other african american officials and leaders. he talked to the reverend al sharpton who has slammed similar comments in the past. reverend sharpton joins us on the telephone. he is in st. louis where he is out on the road. good morning. thanks for being with us on the fox news channel. >> good morning, eric. >> what did the senator say to you in the phone call? >> well, he said that he regretted his remarks and he profusely apologized and he said that he clearly felt what he said was wrong and i told him i felt the use of the word negro dialect was certainly offensive but i think we have to look with the other point that he was bringing out and that is the comfort level of some american voters. i think what his analysis of what he felt then senator obama who ultimately won would appeal to voters and i think that that was no different than any number of commentators that have said that because senator obama was nonthreatening that he could appeal to different voters. >> are you saying that s
FOX News
Jan 3, 2010 4:00pm EST
sources who are always right, or else. now can al-qaeda in the arabian peninsula reach the united states? we know they can. this has been a situation that has been developing for some time. we are taking steps to deal with that. >> julie: the times of london is reacting to this. they are reporting something very disturbing. that the united states actually prevented authorities from installing fall body scanners before the suspected christmas day bomber passed through security at amsterdam. dutch government claimed they had been trying to install the machines in flights since 2008 but they have been blocked by u.s. officials. are you alarmed by that information? >> not so much alarmed or even surprised just annoyed and amazed this sort of thing still goes on. the deputy national security advisor to president obama, john brennan is the guy who has a remarkable amount of experience. he is trying to do his best job. you've got former retired james jones who is the national security advisor. you have two great guys who are very well qualified. then you have people like janet napolitano. it's
FOX News
Jan 10, 2010 4:00pm EST
of yemen is vowing to work with the united states in hunting down terrorists in his country, but he is also opening the door for dialogue with al-qaeda. >> julie: and a shakeup in time slots for two late night show hosts. nbc have floated an offer on the table and they have heard back from one of the hosts. >> gregg: president obama says he accepts an apology from harry reid. he said at the time then candidate obama could win the white house because obama is a light-skinned african-american with no negro dialect. he says the matter is closed but it's unlikely, republican lawmakers, at least some of them are ready to let the issue drop. major has the latest. hi, major. >> good afternoon. it started yesterday with president obama saying he fully accepts harry reid's apology. today, democrats closed ranks. started with tim cain and other senators appearing on variety of talk shows. there is no surprise. reid and his staff organized a number of conference calls all with various democrats appearing on the sunday talk shows. apologies should be accepted. even one gave him a clear indication that
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 12:00pm EST
, probably one of the worst conducted against the united states of america. one of the worst attacks in terms of domestic united states, so this should, if any case belongs in a military tribunal, i can't imagine any case that would be worthy of a military tribunal more than this one. >> the admitted 9/11 master mind, khalid shaikh mohammed is one of the men they try to try to civilian courts to move them out of gitmo and eventually close the facility. attorney general eric holder said that new york city is quote, the right place, but know that plan may be changing. one day senate democrat, vice-chairman of the intelligence committee diane feinstein sent a letter to president obama saying holding the trial in manhattan increases the risk of another terror' tack there. she wrote that new york city has been a high priority target since at least the first world trade center bombing in 1993. the trial of the most significant terrorist in custody would add it that threat. again, brian, no final decision has been made, but appears the administration may be looking for other locations to hold these
FOX News
Jan 31, 2010 4:00pm EST
magazine, he could imagine being president of the united states. he adds he was not joking. >> gregg: you know, he helped save the world when they were flying those fighter jets, right? along with nuclear missiles. >> julie: we'll have to wait and see. >> gregg: social networking sites getting a lot of folks in trouble in the workplace. coming up, a quick visit to facebook can get you fired. a p. and you have a heart attack. that's what happened to me. i'm on an aspirin regimen now. my doctor told me it's the easiest preventative thing you can do. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. see your doctor. simple. before you begin an aspirin regimen. get wrapped up in the luscious taste of butternut squash, blended with delicate herbs. v8 golden butternut squash. from campbell's. a soup so velvety and delicious you won't be able to contain yourself. campbell's v8 soups. >> gregg: even a snowstorm could not stop visitors from the national zoo to say bye-bye to a popular panda. leaving to china where he'll part of a breeding program. visitors came
FOX News
Jan 23, 2010 4:00pm EST
to the united states. they left on board a plane bound for florida. we do expect them to land shortly. we'll bring you pictures as soon as we get them. in the meantime, let's go to rick live in port-au-prince. what the latest where you are? >> gregg, we are hearing dramatic stories on a day when haitian and u.n. officials announced and end to search and rescue operations. we're hearing about two possible survivors found today. one reported by greek rescue team and the l.a. county search and rescue team reportedly at the site of a hotel where they are trying to reach a person buried underneath the rubble where voices were heard. and you mentioned that 23-year-old man reportedly live still trapped, apparently alive after 11 days. doctors say he is in good health and trying to extricate him. >> gregg: what about the aid that is being flown in and distributed. give us an update on that? >> there are a lot of challenges. there are hundreds of object stashing kals blocking roads. by some reports, only 10% of people that need food and water. some camps have more food than they need and others do
FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 12:00pm EST
'll be failed to do in the united states of america. >> shannon: i've read there is criticism from different source ins israel and saying the united states could put these measures into place, but there's a bureaucracy there and people unwilling to change the way they're doing things. is it a streamlined enough process that maybe passengers here would be willing to deal with the way that israel does it? >> i certainly hope so, by the way, another thing that israel does. certainly el al the national carrier says they have increased security measures internationally for those flying that israel and that's something in the united states we need to develop and a problem very clearly is that we want to be politically correct. we're not profiling, but more than that, we failed to acknowledge that there's a certain level of certain nationalities, certain groups that fit the profile and president obama we just heard before that you played on fox news and he talks about yemen and the terrorist there is, but didn't use the word terrorism. instead he said that they live under occupation and that isn't
FOX News
Jan 9, 2010 12:00pm EST
've heard what the united states government is asking, what the tsa is asking other countries to do. is it enough in your estimation? >> i think it's a first step and they're probably doing it based on the intelligence that they have that there may be other plots out there and they want to be sure that what they know about is covered, so, i would view it as a short-term thing that is aimed at a specific potential threat. the longer term is very important that they have a comprehensive multinational strategy so you don't have each country doing its own thing. it's very important to be coordinated so that al-qaeda can't go shopping, basically, for places to go to come to the united states. we need to make sure that the security net across the globe is strong. >> brian: can i ask you a question, there's a lot of controversy about the new body scanners that want to be placed in. what's your take on that? >> well, i think they're necessary and the privacy protections put in place are really strong, which a lot of people are concerned about if my neighbor works at tsa, is that person goin
FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 6:00pm EST
it since then. >> we're hearing from republicans as well who say that the united states faces daunting difficulties in the new year. tell us more about what they're talking about. >> reporter: senate minority leader mcconnell delivered the gop's response and he didn't talk about the bombing plot, but he said the u.s. is facing two difficult wars, prolonged recession and double digit unemployment. take a listen. >> while it's true that many of us approach the issues differently, at the beginning of a new year, it's important to remember that we're all united by our love of country and by a common faith that no challenge is too great for the american people to overcome. >> senator mcconnell said the u.s. will, quote, persevere as we always have. rick? >> molly henneberg in washington, thanks. >>> there are questions about security failures in intelligence lapses in the failed terrorist attack. it's now a top priority in washington. lawmakers have already called for congressional hearings had they get back to work next week and there has been partisan finger pointing on how to keep americ
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 6:00pm EST
in major newspapers. we'll see that tomorrow and monday in the top markets in the united states. the ad is one of the first moves to address the public on the safety problem, something a lot of people have been waiting to hear. >> we're going to be talking about this later on in the show with jonathan from chicago about basically how takes going to affect car makers here in the united states. thank you very much. >> thanks. >> rick. >> another big story we're following, the white house reconsidering its decision to hold 9-11 trials in new york city. the news coming amid growing opposition to the plan from congress and city and state leaders in new york as well. critics citing financial and security concerns of prosecuting the master mind, khalid shaikh mohammed, and alleged co-conspirators, just blocks from ground zero. molly henneberg is live in washington. good to see you. both republicans and democrats in new york city are now speaking out against this idea. what are they saying? >> reporter: hi, rick. that it would lead a security and traffic nightmare in the city and cost over $1 b
FOX News
Jan 31, 2010 10:00am EST
of the united states, worried about our drawdown in iraq, worried about the lack of cooperation with them on defensive military matters, looking at the threat of iran, so, i'm sure from the perspective of the gulf arab states, this is very important whether or not israel takes military action. >> eric: the navy is putting the missile cruiser in the persian gulf but that can apparently target medium-range missiles, not long range missiles like the shahab-three and how are they protecting them and are they protected from a possible retaliatory strike from iran. >> there is certainly no way to protect them completely but it is a signal to iran that if they go after the gulf arab states they risk going after the u.s. and, therefore, risking an american retaliation and there is a second layer here that i think is a little more concerning and that is, that the deployment of additional resources could reflect the view of the obama administration, that iran is now dead certain to become a nuclear weapon state. and they are implementing not the original bush administration defensive plans for the
FOX News
Jan 23, 2010 12:00pm EST
, what does that mean for the united states when we know on christmas day the would-be bomber started in europe and came to the united states? >> jamie, i think that the british have raised their threat level primarily for reasons that are within britain. the fact that they have a conference coming up in afghanistan, which has aroused a lot of anger in the islamic terrorist community, but the reality is whatever affects britain also affects us. so i can tell you that our people across the country and around the world are on guard, we don't need to raez our threat level per se, but whenever a close ally like britain has it raise their level, we have to be extra cautious. >> jamie: are we extra cautious now beyond-- on the one hand many people are critical of profiling, but now, you hear that there could be people that don't look like a typical bomber, pregnant woman, someone with a western passport. are we allured to all kind of people that might be planning something against the united states? >> jamie, part of the challenge is we have to try to stay ahead of the terrorists. we know t
FOX News
Jan 3, 2010 11:00am EST
with the yemeni forces that will work in a collective effort with the united states and other coalition partners like the u.k. to go after very precise targets to start knocking out some of these base camps and some of what i call the mechanisms of control. >> eric: if the base camps are there and the yemeni forces know about it and we know about it and presumably the satellites know about that, why haven't we done anything concrete about it? >> we have. we had strikes on 24th of december and we had successes. we need to keep the pressure up and start at the bottom at well. that's what i call a top-down strike to achieve results. we have to start from the bottom and move it up as well. >> eric: what is more amazing to me, you have about 200 estimated 200 al-qaeda recruits there. you know, actually in the scheme of things, it doesn't seem like a lot. it seems like we could isolate and target them. >> we can. frankly, we're moving in that direction. again, we need to pick up the pace. 00 terrorist -- 200 terrorists, it only took one on the airline to get our attention. significant target to do som
FOX News
Jan 24, 2010 4:00pm EST
to the united states. what the state department says about that. >> julie: first the battle to renominate ben bernanke for a second term. many expect the head of the banking system to be confirmed. it could spell big trouble for the shaky economy but going back to bat for president obama. he delivers his first state of the union address. heavy hitters making the rounds on the sunday talk shows, positioning the president's agenda after one year in os. let's join julie in washington. >> the white house press secretary robert gibbs predicts he will have 60 votes to be confirmed to a second four-year term. ben bernanke has been praised for preventing the recession from turning into a depression, he is also seen as not seeing the housing bubble coming. gibbs defend had bernanke but a key senator who did vote for the bailout says it's time for a change. >> we believe he will be confirmed. i hope that he'll ask senator cornyn and others in later segments to come out and support some of that stability and financial system by reensuring the fed chairman. >> i think we need a fresh start. i think it wo
FOX News
Jan 24, 2010 10:00am EST
their doors with businesses and markets. the united states relief worker says the aid is flowing more slowly than in the past but the need is overwhelming and crushing and there is a growing fear that disease could break out among many survivors. there is concern over possible diseases such as measles, malaria, danghi fever and so on, but there are remarkables stories of inspiration. a story of survivor is unbelievable and brian wilson has more live from port-au-prince. brian, you have been reporting on it all morning. a man found alive after 11 days? >> reporter: it is a great story. it's the story of a man by the name of whizman exatus. 23 years old and working at a fruit market when the earthquake hit 12 days ago. 11 days after the quake, he was pulled out of that fruit market and he sustained himself on soda, beer, and cookies. the story goes like this. his brother was there at the scene and thought he heard his brother's voice from inside. he scrambled off to get some rescue workers and four hours later they pulled the man from the rubble and there is barely a scrap out of it. a bit deh
FOX News
Jan 10, 2010 12:00pm EST
on in the united states as well. we have had at least 13 attempted or successful attacks in 2009. there were only a couple from 2001 or 2002 until 2008. i mean those numbers are phenomenal. >> shannon: well, what do you make then of the administration's response thus far? the president this week outlining failures and mistakes that happened in his plans for moving forward. are they good enough for you? >> i think they are too narrowly focussed. we need to look at the broader issues. what the agencies were doing and who has responsibility for what. there needs to be more congressional oversight. that's been missing. i mean this is a team effort. we all work together. it's something that we've got to deal with together. i hope we get answers. when we ask the questions they'll give us hard answers on the briefing. >> when the folks return to work in washington, how do you think the brief willing go? do you expect it to be contentious in any way? >> i don't think it will be contentious. we are all americans here and we need to deal with it like americans and stop partisanship. national security is th
FOX News
Jan 23, 2010 6:00pm EST
the president. >> judges will ultimately order some of those guys released into the united states because their rights have not been define, their privileges have not been defined. imitation, they say, is the sincerist form on flattery. on gitmo, mr. bush would feel somewhat flattered. major garrett, fox news. >> real quickly, an update on a story we told you at the top of the show. a man rescued from under the rubble of a hotel in haiti 11 days after that devastating earthquake, there he is, he's in his 20s. he worked in the grocery store of a store that was in the ground floor of this hotel and he said he stayed alive, he stayed alive by eating cookies and drinking cola and beer for the last 11 days. he says he lost track of day and night. he was given intervenus fluids and he'll be okay. a great story and we'll have a lot more when we come right back.  >>> as the health care debate rages on, a brand-new gallup poll is taking a look at the people on the front lines, the nurses. corporate medical government and education leaders feel that our nation's nursing s
FOX News
Jan 3, 2010 12:00pm EST
or bring them to the united states or put them into the civil justice system. the military tribunal system worked well from the beginning of this republic up to the present time. it makes no sense to be doing what we are doing. we ought to learn from these events and any events since 9/11. we act to our detriment with the new facts. we out to respond to them and one of the things we ought to do is say we have made a mistake in closing guantanamo and we ought to keep t open. it in fact serves our purposes very, very well, uniquely so. >> we hearing from the obama administration and a number of top officials they intend to go forward with their plans involving g ti gitmo. do you support that move? >> we are merging two issues. the biggest issue that the bush administration and the obama administration had to wrestle with is who do you release or let out. whether holding them in guantanamo or in the u.s. or in the bush administration in prisons in some other parts of the world. who do you keep and who do you release? a lot of the people that they released from guantanamo, they simply released
FOX News
Jan 24, 2010 12:00pm EST
-qaeda declared war openly against the united states. they're at war against us. the members are the military operatives that ought to be detained in a military context until the war is over and can be interviewed at length in that time we treat them as military rather than the civilian criminals. >> okay. after that hearing on friday you came out and talked about the fed chair ben bernanke. you will vote no on reconfirming him. why? >> mr. bernanke was one of the architect of the bubble that burst according to the minutes of the federal reserve. maybe the chief architect of the easy money policy that helped the boom. he did not admit wrongdoing and he believes this is the right way to continue. i don't feel like he should have endorsed the stimulus package that the obama administration put forward. it's produced so little and a great cost to the economy. i think he failed in responsibility given to him. >> yes or no, will he get the vote? >> he's favored by the votes seem to be splitting. a fum of democrats have spoken out against him. some republicans feel he's better than what we might get
FOX News
Jan 31, 2010 12:00pm EST
to the united states for treatment. it's a difficult process given all the different factors occurring on the ground. >> shannon: i understand that the country has great concern about children and people being taken so they have a lot of precautions but is it difficult for you who are there to be able to do everything you have to offer? >> all the medical teams are trying to do what's right for the children but he the haitians have a sense of dignity in terms of wanting to know what's happening with their children and we can't be too quick to extract them, even with intentions. without effective communication, it's easy to have difficulties figuring out where the parents are and who has primary guardian ship. sometimes we're too quick to pull them out. >> can you give us a sense, having just returned, how extensive the need is on the ground right now? >> i can tell you it's an unspeakable tragedy and most of us have never seen anything like it. it's a sea of suffering people and in the tent communities i worked in, there was no end to the number of children we wish we could reach out t
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